|The Public Good 9/20/11 HECK Project - Partnership for the Public Good|
The Partnership for the Public Good hosts a weekly radio show, the Public Good, each Tuesday from 1:00 to 1:30 pm on WUFO AM 1080. Each week will feature a PPG Partner or other person working toward the public good and discuss some of the region's hottest issues. Hosted by PPG co-director Sam Magavern. This week's topic: Roseann Scibilia of the University District Community Development Association and Omar Torres of West Side Neighborhood Housing Services discuss the WNY Apollo Alliance Home Ene...
Keywords: Partnership for the Public Good; Sam Magavern; WNY Apollo Alliance; HECK Project; Weatherization
|The Public Good 9/25/2012 Home Energy Efficiency UDCDA - Partnership for the Public Good|
The Partnership for the Public Good hosts a weekly radio show, the Public Good, each Tuesday from 1:00 to 1:30 pm on WUFO AM 1080. Each week will feature a PPG Partner or other person working toward the public good and discuss some of the region's hottest issues. Hosted by PPG co-director Sam Magavern. This week's guest:
Keywords: Partnership for the Public Good; University District CDA; WNY Apollo Alliance; Home Energy Conservation Kit (HECK) Project
|Liberty News TV--Episode 18--July 2006|
The Good, the Clever and the Gutsy: Progressive Politics in America. To produce this month's show, we sent a team to Washington, D.C. to attend the Take Back America conference and other events. We came away with a unique perspective on which progressive leaders (and media) are for real, and which ones are part of the problem. From the wisdom and courage of Congressman Bernie Sanders to the misleading rhetoric of Hillary Clinton, the camera doesn't lie...
Keywords: progressive; apollo alliance; liberal politics; progressive politics; Bernie Sanders; John Conyers; Robert Redford; Biko Baker; Katrina Vanden Heuvel; Hillary Clinton; John Kerry; Nancy Pelosi; Greg Palast; military industrial; Take Back America; campaign financing; Bootswallow Gulch; cowboys; western spoof
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 8: Sustainability and Alternatives - Free Speech TV|
While we usually hear about environmental problems and the difficulty of finding soluions, SourceCode takes a look at some sustainable alternatives. We'll show you the largest urban garden in America in South Central LA, and their struggle to keep their farm alive. Then, come to San Francisco, where the city government has decided to implement the precautionary principle in their decison making. And across the Bay Bridge, see how the collaboration of national, regional, and grassroots organizati...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; Environmental Problems; Sustainable Development; Urban Garden; Los Angeles; San Francisco; precautionary principle; Carolyn Raffensperger; 7th generation; Apollo Alliance; Ella Baker Center; Alliance for West Oakland Development; Dykstra; Clean Alternatives